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. >> the u.s. supreme court is reviewing a maryland law that allows police to take dna samples that are not yet convicted of a crime. the case in question surrounds a man that was arrested for assault in 2009. the justices will now decide if this practice violates the fourth amendment protection against unreasonable search and seizure. 500 employees evacuated from the administrative building this morning, 17 people were transported to the hospital with a variety of illness symptoms. as matt crews have wrapped up their part of the investigation after conducting tests. because of the illness has yet to be identified. they are chasing every possible lead including food poisoning. details on the horrific murder trial, we have learned key pieces of evidence have been ruled inadmissible. it includes testimony from a witness serving time for murder. dna evidence cannot be used because of the way it was collected. the brutally killed the children in 2004 and the case is scheduled for a third trial next month. >> the hospital ship set sail, humanitarian missions around the world for 25
is united in our efforts to avoid the hardship of sequestration. next u.s. senator ben cardin holds a town hall style meeting monday with employees at the social security administration headquarters in woodlawn. most are in danger of possibly being furloughed and were hoping for good news from the senator. >> we have had some assurances we will probably not have of furlough. >> according to the white house, congress -- if congress does not work out a deal by friday, maryland stands to get hit in five main areas, including the military law enforcement, education, public health, job training and child care, and the environment. >> i know you cannot avoid people losing income or their jobs. that is going to happen. >> senator carden seems to feel that a deal will not come by friday, but furloughs and job losses could take more than a month, giving lawmakers a little more time. the cuts for marylanders are among the most harshest in the country. within $40 million could be cut for primary and secondary education. just be a drastic cuts toward infectious disease prevention, and cuts for clean w
community. there may be a new strain of whooping cough that is resistant to the vaccine. u.s. health officials are looking into a dozen cases that may be caused by this same strain, and the new strain may explain why the nation has just had its worst year for whopping cough in the last 60 years. they do not believe that the whopping cough is more deadly, but people are getting sicker because the vaccine does not work against it. if your child plays sports, he may want to be less worried about injuries and more worried about the flu this year. experts say it is easy for germs to race through sports teams. player sure equipments. many parents are trying to keep children more healthy by washing everything more often. coaches say this is the worst year for the blue in a long time. >> i have never seen anything like it. in all my years of coaching, this has been the most difficult. >> the coughing and the hacking and people living around. -- laying around. >> there's not much to do about it except to keep the equipment clean and hope for quick recoveries. >> and for goodness sake, do not
in the bahamas meeting experts from there will be leading the investigation with u.s. authorities assisting. you can expect new rules and regulations to try to make sure this never happens again. mobile, alabama, wbal-tv 11 news. >> federal investigators are calling the legend prostitution ring a conspiracy. they say it stretched far beyond the city limits. in july when the charges were filed, the fbi raided a baltimore city warehouse to want bail a prostitution ring. now we are learning that it was not just in the warehouse. federal investigators are calling it a conspiracy that simmons and another man would transport women to seven other states as far as south dakota. some of them not even 18 years old. he is now indicted by a federal grand jury remain suspended without pay. >> the announcement from the acting anne arundel county executive after initially saying he was not interested in the job, he now says he wants to stay put. the vacancy created dr. john leopold resigned following issues arising over misconduct in office. this is becoming a competitive field. >> 16 people have applied for t
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